French Foreign Minister vows bombers “will pay” for embassy attack

Tripoli, 23 April 2013:

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius flew into Tripoli for three and a half hours this afternoon to inspect the damage to the French embassy car-bombed this morning and hold talks with Libyan leaders.

Calling the attack “a terrorist act” which had intended to kill, he said that they had wanted to “undermine the friendship between them. They would “pay” for the attack, he said.

Following his arrival at Mitiga Airbase, he went straight to the embassy accompanied by Prime Minister Ali Zeidan to inspect the damage and have talks with Ambassador Antoine Sivan . . .

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